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Scott Redfern

Scott Redfern

Scott has been with Schneider Electric for over 15 years serving a variety of functions related to engineering & project delivery of software solutions. Scott is currently the Software Solutions Architect for the Data Center Software Team providing thought leadership on topics such as interopera...

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DCIM Provides Enterprises the Power to Plan and Dr...

Michael Reed

Michael Reed

Michael Reed is the National Account Manager of the U.S. Air Force for Schneider Electric. Mr. Reed leads the business development and marketing initiatives for the U.S. Air Force global activities. He has been involved with energy management, data networking, industrial controls and related intelle...

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Batteries not included – Fundamentals for Energy...

Joseph Reele

Joseph Reele

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Joe Reele Vice President, Datacenter Solution Architects at Schneider Electric, responsible for bringing together the full suite of Schneider Electric products and services to provide unparalleled right sized, innovative and complete solutions for our customers. Joe influences and inspires a large ...

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Why Cell Towers are the Next Frontier for Edge Com...

Loic Regnier

Loic Regnier

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Loic Regnier is a native of France with a background in engineering and marketing management. Loic joined Schneider Electric in 1997. Since then, he has held a number of roles in France and other area in the world (Italy, South Asia, Pacific countries and South Africa) – across a broad area of the...

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Sustainability and Industry are no longer mutually...

Drew Reid

Drew Reid

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Drew Reid, MBA, CEM, CEA, CDSM, has over 30 years experience in various leadership roles spanning marketing, product management, engineering, and operations for energy management products and solutions. In his current assignment he is responsible for Schneider Electric’s metering portfolio in the...

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How to Measure Power and Energy and the Critical B...

Guillaume Reiner

Guillaume Reiner

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Guillaume Reiner is currently the Design Lab Europe director for Schneider Electric, in Grenoble, France. His current role is to imagine through our products, a strong brand design expressing our unique user experience. Guillaume attended ENSCI Les Ateliers in Paris, worked in several B2C companies ...

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Schneider Electric Hosts Global Design Innovation ...

Wanda Reiss

Wanda Reiss

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Dr Wanda Reiss has been with Schneider Electric for nine years, focusing primarily on coordinating and defining Industrial Internet solutions for its machine and process management applications. Her current interests are in the solutions for the factory of the future. When Wanda is not working on...

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Why Industrial Ethernet and how exactly?

Xavier Renard

Xavier Renard

Xavier Renard is Future Offer Manager for Building Management System at Schneider-Electric. Since more than 12 years, he is driving anticipation, defines innovative profitable offers as well as exploring new business models, while involved n the field of Telecom and Datacom infrastructures. Digital...

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Smart buildings evolutions – the EcoXpert Po...

Yves Renaud

Yves Renaud

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to helping healthcare facilities improve energy efficiency, patient safety, and the environment of care through intelligent healthcare solutions that integrate building, power, security, and IT management. As a Marketing Director for Healthcare segment, Yves Renaud is leading Schneider Electric m...

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Ensuring Patient Safety Through Smart Power Manage...

Jean-Francois Rey

Jean-Francois Rey

I am an engineer at Schneider Electric, currently responsible for Standards and Codes in Building Business for Final Distribution. My past experience in the field of Design for Electrotechnology products, Laboratory as Director of Schneider corporate labs, allows good understanding of standardizatio...

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Gradually Raising the Safety Levels of Existing Re...